Sabrina

[suh-bree-nuh, -brahy-]
noun
a female given name: from the Latin word for the river Severn.
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Uncle jake wants to take sabrina, daphne, and puck out for a drive.
Sabrina comforts him, and says, we have something in common.
It starts with sabrina and daphne learning how to be detectives.
They find it is very gory, and sabrina begins to question their safety with mr.
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